Lizzo has teased that whilst she has penned some “amazing” tracks for her new album, there are still “a few more songs to write” before it’s complete.
Ariana Grande has confessed she almost didn’t put ’34+35′ on ‘positions’ because she didn’t want the raunchy lyrics to “distract from the vulnerability and sweetness” of the rest of her album.
Busta Rhymes has unveiled the star-studded track-list for his upcoming album, ‘Extinction Event Level 2: The Wrath of God’.
Becky Hill says she finally feels she is getting the recognition she deserves after “a long slog”.
Niall Horan has updated fans to let them know his collaboration with Lewis Capaldi might be a way off yet, as the pair spend most of their time together drinking pints over songwriting.
Dua Lipa and Belgian artist Angèle will release their new single, ‘Fever’, this week.
Megadeth have been confirmed to play Download Festival 2021, their first gig at Donington Park, the home of metal, since 2016.
Dame Shirley Bassey was forced to fend for herself during the Covid-19 pandemic and is happy to have her employees back now that lockdown restrictions have lifted.
Ariana Grande has released her new album ‘positions’ featuring The Weeknd, Doja Cat and Ty Dolla $ign.
Sam Smith’s ‘Love Goes’ is a break-up album, detailing how they changed after their split from Brandon Flynn.
The Weeknd and Roddy Ricch lead the American Music Awards 2020 nominations with eight each, while Megan Thee Stallion has received five nods.
Amy Macdonald would hate being a new artist these days with the pressure to release new music continuously and always be on in the limelight on social media.
James Blunt has admitted without being endlessly trolled on Twitter, he wouldn’t be releasing his new book, ‘How To Be A Complete and Utter Blunt: Diary of a Reluctant Social Media Sensation’.
Noel Gallagher mentoree Andrew Cushin says he was put at ease working with the Britpop legend because he’s just “a normal bloke”.